37 Years Ago Pixar Stopped Selling Computers

April 25, 1990: Steve Jobs shuts down Pixar’s hardware division (yes, it used to have one!), ending production of the pricey Pixar Image Computers immediately. Jobs sells the company’s hardware unit to Fremont, California-based imaging company Vicom Systems for a paltry $2 million. Pixar Image Computer: Too expensive Pixar was Jobs’ “rebound” company after his…

Video Of Steve Jobs Warns Apple To Focus More On Great Products Than Profits

One of more prevalent narratives currently surrounding Apple is that the company has lost its innovative edge. Indeed, many critics look at products like the iPhone 7 and the new MacBook Pro and quickly dismiss them as incremental but ultimately unimaginative upgrades. Getting to the root of the problem, some place the blame for Apple’s…

How Can You Be As Successful As Bill Gates Steve Jobs Or Elon Musk

“How Can I Be As Great As Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Elon Musk Or Richard Branson?”, This question was asked on Quora and none other than Justine Musk, ex-wife of Elon Musk replied to the question and the answer is fascinating. Elon Reeve Musk is a South African-born, Canadian-American entrepreneur, engineer, inventor and investor. He…

Steve Jobs Sent This Email To Apple Employees Before His Death

In 2010, a year before his death, Steve Jobs outlined Apple’s strategy in an email to the company’s 100 most senior employees. He heralded the “Post PC era,” vowed “Holy War with Google,” promised to “further lock customers into our ecosystem,” and warned that Apple was “in danger of hanging on to old paradigm too…

Steve Jobs Tells Definition of Object-Oriented Programming

It’s a well-known fact that even without any formal engineering training, Steve Jobs had an unmatchable understanding of technology. Many people avoid calling him a programmer or an engineer, but nobody would deny that he was a visionary. He said that it took a very unique combination of technology, talent, business, marketing, and luck to change…

what reviewers said about the original iPhone

To call the iPhone a revolutionary device is nothing short of an understatement. Given the myriad of ways in which Apple’s iconic smartphone has profoundly impacted not only the way we use mobile devices but how we communicate and interact with the world at large, the iPhone is undeniably a once-in-a-lifetime device whose far-reaching influence…

Video of pissed off Steve Jobs moments – Shared by Former Apple PR boss

Nine years ago today, Apple released the original iPhone and forever changed the way the world uses and enjoys technology. While iPhone launches today still attract crowds and long lines at certain Apple retail locations, nothing can compare with the spectacle and excitement that surrounded the launch of the original. In light of the iPhone’s…

WWDC’16 Summary

Holy moly, Apple fans… that was a wild ride. The huge WWDC 2016 keynote was packed full of announcements spanning nearly every single one of Apple’s product lines. Software was clearly the star of the show — this is, after all, a developer conference first and foremost — and we all know where everyone’s focus…

Everything to expect from Apple’s jam-packed WWDC 2016 keynote

Apple’s keynote to kick off this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference is going to be huge. So huge, in fact, that Apple already revealed some stuff early because Tim Cook and his Cupertino cronies won’t have time to cover everything during the jam-packed, two-hour event. Video While WWDC might seem like a bit of a snoozefest…

Microsoft trolls Apple with a WWDC afterparty

Microsoft has an ingenious plan to get the attention of everyone attending Apple’s big developer event on Monday: offer them free food and drinks. After WWDC’s first day wraps up, Microsoft will be throwing an afterparty basically next door to discuss “the future of apps.” This will probably not be the hippest party in San…